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RE: Class C with excessive heat on floor..help!

Installing a heat shield and some insulation would help. Miles
Son of Norway 06/28/15 10:03pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: 1990 Triple E Brake Fluid Reservoir Access - Resolved

The Chevy chassis of my HR has similar problems with access to the master cylinder and reservoir. I measured out the location and cut an access hole in the floor right above the reservoir. I made a cover out of diamond plate with some insulation. The hole with the cover is right under the driver's floor mat so it is not even visible. It only took me a couple of hours and it dramatically increased my motivation to check my brake fluid on a regular basis, so it was well worth it. Miles
Son of Norway 06/25/15 11:15pm Class A Motorhomes
Which putty to use in an air conditioner?

I am overhauling one of my air conditioners. The manufacturer used a blue putty or clay-type substance to seal some of the passages in the sheet metal. I am hoping that somebody can tell me what this stuff is and where I can get it, or just in general what I should use for this purpose. Thanks for your help.
Son of Norway 06/06/15 05:52pm Tech Issues
RE: Continued dirty fuel problems.

What you describe is like the carbon in a vapor canister. Miles
Son of Norway 06/04/15 12:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Voltage Issue - '97 K2500 7.4L Suburban

It could be a problem with the dash unit gauge. The dash units are a one-piece assembly and you have to send them off to be repaired. I did it on one of my sons' GM vehicles. Good luck with your repairs. Miles
Son of Norway 05/09/15 12:09am Tow Vehicles
RE: Used RV Loans

We had no trouble getting a loan on our 1989 HR. Try a credit union. Miles
Son of Norway 04/25/15 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to get to the master cylnder of an 1983 southwind

I cut an access hole through the floor directly to the top of the master cylinder. It only took a few hours to cut the hole and make a hatch to cover it out of diamond plate. It dramatically increased my motivation to properly check the brake fluid on a consistent basis, so it was well worth it. Miles
Son of Norway 04/24/15 09:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Refrigerator options

Opinions on these forums tend to be weighted towards replacing RV absorption refrigerators with residential AC units. But if you plan on doing a lot of dry camping, I would not recommend it unless you have a large battery bank or even a solar set-up. The absorption refrigerators can run on gas for days with very little power, that's why they are in RV's. If yours doesn't work, figure out why. It might just be the circuit board. If it's the cooling unit, you can buy a new or rebuilt one without having to buy a new fridge. I changed the cooling unit out on my fridge for a little over $300. Miles
Son of Norway 04/08/15 10:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: coil

Not sure. Funny that you should ask, as I am having the same problem with my tachometer right now and could use some guidance myself. Miles
Son of Norway 04/06/15 09:40pm Tech Issues
RE: coil

EFI? Miles
Son of Norway 04/06/15 09:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Wife had 3 rd pacemaker yesterday

I am also on my 3rd pacemaker. It is nice to be alive. Miles
Son of Norway 04/03/15 08:10pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Anybody install a Water manifold in RV

Whenever I do any work on my S&B (home) plumbing I always install shut-offs. It makes any future work much easier. I think the idea has just as much value for an RV. Miles
Son of Norway 03/25/15 11:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Jack stands on 7000 lb rear ax.

I use 6 ton stands when I work on my HR. Make sure that the stands are the right height to use and extend under the frame. I also have a smaller set of stands for the axles. I also have a set of ramps which I prefer to use when I can. Miles (My kids are going to curse me when they have to get rid of all this junk someday.)
Son of Norway 03/21/15 10:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Please help. 84 fleetwood southwind brakes

What chassis is your RV, a Chevy? For info try contacting Geoffrey Rosenburg at Alretta Truck Parts #508-788-9409. He is an expert at older RV brake systems. What about the repair is giving you worries? It isn't much different than doing one on a passenger car. Not sure what you mean by the air coil. Your RV might have air bags in the front springs. Look at them and see. If you have them the air lines are sometimes routed into the front access area. You should see an air line with a Schrader valve on either side. Good luck with your repairs. Miles
Son of Norway 03/18/15 12:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: More Colorado route questions

As to 4 C), I would rate the Pike's Peak Cog Railway as being at least in the same league as Trail Ridge Road, and you wouldn't have to drive it. Miles
Son of Norway 03/15/15 10:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Portable oxygen concentrator questions..

I recently helped buy one for my mother. We chose the Respironics SimplyGo because it seemed to be the most portable machine that could still deliver 2-liter continuous flow. She uses it both as a portable and as a stationary unit when she visits here in Colorado. She likes it because it fits in the basket of a shopping cart when she goes out. Use the internet to research what will work best for you, I'm sure that the Equal Eclipse is probably a very good unit as well. We actually used Craigslist to find a local dealer for her in AZ. (Just go on Craigslist and do a search on the name of the unit you want to buy and the dealers' ads will come up.) She found a reputable shop that gave her a competitive price and also accepts the units for warranty work. Note that the newer models are sent back to the factory for repair. Local dealers can repair the older units once the newer models come out. Any concentrator will need to be rebuilt from time to time. A dealer told me that they only last half as long in Colorado as they do in lower elevations. Make sure that you get at least a 2-year warranty. If the compressor goes out after that you'll have to decide between rebuilding it or getting a newer model. I hope that you find a good unit that meets your needs. The concentrator makes my mother much more comfortable. Miles
Son of Norway 03/07/15 11:57pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Possible relocation to Minnesota questions.

I enjoyed growing up in the midwest. I miss it sometimes and I wish that I could visit more often. I plan to be buried there. But I would never move back.
Son of Norway 02/22/15 02:39pm Around the Campfire
RE: Older MH repair parts - hard to find? Pls advise!

If you have any serious need for body parts then your rv will probably be totaled anyway so I wouldn't worry about it. Miles
Son of Norway 02/22/15 02:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Altitude sickness

When my mother comes to visit us here in Colorado from Arizona she definitely feels the altitude. She got a prescription and bought a portable O2 concentrator which keeps her comfortable even when we go up in the mountains. Many people rent them when they come here to visit. Miles
Son of Norway 02/21/15 09:45pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Favorite hand held meal?

Son of Norway 01/29/15 01:19am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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